i am 8-bit submission contest


Hey guys,

Thought you might dig the ability to have all your readers submit art for possible inclusion in the "i am 8-bit" exhibition this April. Lots of prizes up for grabs!


// jon

Posted by iam8bit @ 3/14/2006 17:25  |    4


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sedgemonkey (Level 11 Master Assassin) @ 3/14/2006 23:55

I'm only doing pencil and paper (maybe some ink) for my submission as well.  I don't have the time to do anything with watercolor, oil or acrylic either.

The B.O.B. (Level 11 Master Assassin) @ 3/14/2006 21:07
Damn it, It's only physical art. Why  couldn't it be pixel art? The only other media I'm good at is just pencil and paper. Last time I tried oil painting and water color and it turned out to be a disaster. Plus I'm a poor college bastard with zero time on my hands, what with 18 hours of school and a job that I work 6-12 am midnight ( gotta pay them bills). If anything, the only type of media I have and would be able to use at the moment is pencil and paper...add that and the homework and I'm swamped. I'll try something though...this will be one tough bizzle to sort out...

mccow28 (Level 1 Gangster) @ 3/14/2006 20:31
Too bad it's only open to people in the States. I think I'm a little better at painting and traditional art then I am pixeling...

sedgemonkey (Level 11 Master Assassin) @ 3/14/2006 18:16

Sweetness.  Gallery nineteen eighty eight is right around the corner from my girlfriend's comedy group. I'm definitely going to submit a good old school drawing to the contest.

If the 8-bit freak The B.O.B. doesn't submit a piece to this contest I'll never speak to him again.

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